36 weeks pregnant mother

Question: hello agar 32 week me baby ka head down ho or plecenta ~interior,vertex ho to fer position change ho sakti hai??

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Answer: hello.. dear head down position ka matlab hai aapka baby ka sar niche ke aur pelvic region ki taraf hai..so actually this is the good position for normal delivery..ha dear abhi aaapka sab normal hai aur kabhi kabhi bhee position change ho sakta hai...
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    Sweety pie1205 days ago

    bby ka head 32 weeks k bad apni position change v kr skta h?

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